Cogworks trades Trinnov Audio for StormAudio

Posted on 14th January, 2021

Cogworks trades Trinnov Audio for StormAudio

Australian high-end audio-video distributor Cogworks has announced that effective immediately, it has relinquished distribution of Trinnov Audio in Australia.

Cogworks has had a long association with the France-based Trinnov Audio brand and extends its thanks to them and its local dealer network that have supported the brand.

David Moseley, Managing Director of Cogworks, has also said that it will assist the yet-to-be-announced incoming distributor ensuring a smooth transition for the brand.

Meanwhile, Cogworks has wasted no time filling the void left by Trinnov Audio's departure and has been appointed as the exclusive Australian distributor of StormAudio, previously distributed in Australia by National AV.

France's StormAudio and its award-winning range of AV Processors and Power amplifiers have had a massive impact on the Home Cinema Market globally. 

David Moseley, Managing Director of Cogworks, told StereoNET:

StormAudio are an exciting and forward-thinking company who is focused on delivering pure audio performance for high quality home cinema. They are dedicated to working with the Cogworks custom dealer network and we believe they are a perfect fit moving forward. Cogworks is dedicated to deliver industry best cinema design and engineering practices. Our brands are a reflection of that desire and we welcome StormAudio to our exclusive portfolio of products.

StormAudio's most recent advance is that all the new ISP Mk2 AV Processor models will benefit from both DTS X Pro and Dolby Atmos decoding and upmixing to up to 24 channels. According to the company, new enhanced object rendering and bass management processing make the ISP Mk2 range the most accurate AV Processor on the market.

StormAudio AV processors start at $20,999 RRP for the 16 channel unit and $24,999 RRP for a 24 channel unit. The 32 channel model in Analog form comes in at $28,999 RRP with the Digital version at $27,999 RRP.

Consumers can later choose to upgrade to 24 or 32 channels via upgrade modules which can be fitted by Cogworks as a complimentary after-sales service.

StereoNET will be going hands-on with StormAudio's range of products shortly, so stay tuned.

For more information visit StormAudio


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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